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To cost RM 300k++ in Malaysia new, Rocket Bunny cut up this 2021 Toyota GR Yaris!

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Nissan Kicks e-Power launched in Indonesia; Malaysia in 2021?

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The thing is most of the pictures dekat komen including this tweet bukan calar pun. itu nama dia 'paint transfer'. paint transfer memang senang nak hilangkan walaupun nampak teruk dari calar. kalau calar memang susah sikit nak hilangkan.

Tak ramai tahu kitorang ada branch Honda Body & Paint dekat Kapar Bestari. Sesiapa yang nak touch up kereta or nak repair kereta or nak claim insurance accident bolehlah datang dekat centre kita

Bila cat tertanggal, body kereta pun terdedah lah dengan anasir-anasir luar. Makan tahun, berkarat lah ia nanti. Basah la kepala kena tukar satu panel.

Jadi sebelum nasi menjadi bubur, cat terkopek sedikit menjadi rabak, benda paling mudah repair guna touch up paint/pen.Biasanya kereta Jepun dan conti ada touch up paint dia sendiri. Tapi untuk kereta buatan Malaysia disarankan untuk menggunakan 2 brand di bawah ni.

Antara produk kereta yang memang orang suka cari dan diy- Minyak enjin, oil filter bajet(OSK/bosch), coolant radiator (toyota) dan touch up paint (cat kereta)

paint transfer ni seperti nama dia kata, dia transfer cat. ex; bila bergeser tiang kuning, kereta akan ada kesan cat kuning dari tiang tu.calar ni tergores. sama ada cat atau clear coat tergores. kalau clear coat tergores boleh polish, kalau cat tergores kena touch up balik cat

nak tye..yg touch up tu cat ye...?kalau just cat satu pintu je?

Haah auto touch up paint tu cat kereta, saya just cat dekat tempat yg bercalar ja sbb cat tu sikit ja. Tapi tkde la cantik macam cat satu pintu

Masuk balik paint shop sebab nk touch up lg keta aku tue...2 hari x ad kereta.. hohoho http://instagram.com/p/wqhltLzIC3/

@talianur @aliadzul @mayonisme u nak touch up paint kereta i ke? Kereta i colour hitam skrg -___-

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I'm in Kuala Lumpur now, what are the things to see/do that only the locals know?

Petaling Street Chinatown Petaling Street is a Chinatown located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Haggling is a common sight here and the place is usually crowded with locals as well as tourists. Chan See Shu Yuen Temple Sri Maha Mariamman Temple Chinatown Central Market Sze Yeh Temple Masjid Jamek (closed on Fridays) KL railway station National Palace Royal Museum Muzium Diraja Istana Negara Jamek Mosque, officially Sultan Abdul Samad Jamek Mosque, is one of the oldest mosques in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is located at the confluence of the Klang and Gombak River and may be accessed via Jalan Tun Perak. The mosque was designed by Arthur Benison Hubback, and built in 1909. Do note you neeed to dress modestly and for woman need to wear a hijab to enter Sri Mahamariamman Temple, Kuala Lumpur Temple The Sri Mahamariamman Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Founded in 1873, it is situated at edge of Chinatown in Jalan Bandar. In 1968, a new structure was built, featuring the ornate 'Raja Gopuram' tower in the style of South Indian temples. Chan See Shu Yuen Temple is one of the largest and oldest surviving Buddhist temples in Malaysia. Located at the southern end of Jalan Petaling, it is characterized by a typical open courtyard and symmetrical pavilions, and decorated with colourful paintings, woodcarvings and ceramic fixtures. Built between 1897 and 1906, it is quite an elaborate temple: from outside you can see the intricately carved kwang-tung roof, gables and specially-crafted terracotta friezes with monumental Chinese history and mythological scenes. The interior of the main temple has pillars with scenes of gold-painted warriors battling lions, dragons and other mythical creatures. Most BookedHotels Rating Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur 4.5/ 5 Shangri-La Hotel - Kuala Lumpur 4.6/ 5 The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Autograph Collection 4.6/ 5 Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral 4.5/ 5 Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur 4.7/ 5 PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur 4.1/ 5 Impiana KLCC Hotel 4.1/ 5 Hilton Kuala Lumpur 4.4/ 5 Hotel Sentral Kuala Lumpur 3.3/ 5 Corus Hotel Kuala Lumpur 4.0/ 5 Most BookedTours Half-Day City Highlights Tour Best City Highlights Half-Day Tour City Tour After Dark with Dinner Private Traditional Cooking Lesson Private Half-Day City Heritage Tour with Lunch Heritage Buildings & Icon of City Tour Private Night Heritage Trails Guided Perdana Botanical Gardens Tour Evening Street Food Walking Shared Tour Private City Street Eats Evening Tour of Chinatown Interested in this tour? Book it here. Private Kuala Lumpur Heritage Trails at Night Duration 3h Free cancellation USD 63 per traveler Book Design of Chan See Shu Yuen Temple Behind a glass wall in the main temple are statues of the Chan See Shu Yuen Temple’s three main deities, including Chong Wah, an emperor of the Sung Dynasty; above them is a mural of a brilliant yellow sun. Meanwhile, decorating the edges of Chan See Shu Yuen Temple are blue ceramic vases and small statues of peasants (guardians of the temple) armed with poles crowned with lanterns; on either side of the entrance gate are shrines to the male and female guardians. Chan See Shu Yuen Temple serves a dual function as both a shrine and a community centre. Originally built as a kongsi (clan house) for families with the surnames Chan, Chen or Tan, the clan founders are depicted at the central altar of the temple. Besides the temple’s beautiful architecture you can also see black-and-white pictures (some are hand drawn) of deceased clan members above the altars on the right and left of the main temple during your visit to the temple. Chan See Shu Yuen Temple is easily accessible via the Pasar Seni LRT: it is only a 15-minute walk from the station. Chan See Shu Yuen Temple Opening Hours: 08:00 – 18:00 Hide Map Use ctrl + scroll to zoom the map3. Chan See Shu Yuen TempleMap data ©2019 GoogleTerms of UseReport a map errorMapSatellite Sin Sze Si Ya Temple, (,simplified Chinese,: 仙四师爷庙; ,traditional Chinese,: 仙四師爺廟) (also called as ,Sze Yah Temple,) [3] is a ,Chinese temple, located at 14A Lebuh Pudu, close to the Central Market of ,Kuala Lumpur,, ,Malaysia,. [2] It is built by ,Yap Ah Loy,'s for two deities who help guiding him during the ,Selangor Civil War,. The temple is the oldest ,Taoist, temple in the city. [4] History[,edit,] The information board at the front entrance says the temple site was founded in 1864 by ,Kapitan, Yap Ah Loy, dedicated to ,patron deities, of Sin Sze Ya and Si Sze Ya. [1] The deities has guided Yap to defeat the enemies and defend the town of Kuala Lumpur during the ,civil war, from 1870–1873, [1] with the two patron deities are actually based on two real persons of Sheng Meng Li (,Kapitan, of ,Sungai Ujong,) and Chung Lai (Yap loyal lieutenant). [4] The temple structures was finally built in 1883. Kuala Lumpur railway station Railway Station The Kuala Lumpur railway station is a railway station located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Completed in 1910 to replace an older station on the same site, the station was Kuala Lumpur's railway hub in the city for the Federated Malay States Railways and its successor Keretapi Tanah Melayu, before Kuala Lumpur Sentral assumed much of its role in 2001. The station is notable for its architecture, adopting a mixture of Eastern and Western designs National Palace Royal Museum ,Muzium Diraja Istana Negara The Royal Museum is located in the old National Palace, or ,Istana Negara, which,from 1957 until 2011, was the official residence of the King and Queen of Malaysia or, to give them their more formal titles, His Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong and Her Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Raja Permaisuri Agong. The old palace ceased to be the official residence on 15th November 2011 following completion of a new palace complex at Jalan Duta. The old Istana Negara has now been converted to a museum and is open to the public. History of the Palace The National Palace is located on an 11 hectare site in the leafy centre of Kuala Lumpur. It was built in 1928 as a private residence for a Chinese tin tycoon called Chan Wing who made his fortune by developing the Hong Fatt Tin Mine which is where The Mines development now stands. Mr. Chan Wing's home cost RM150,000 to build and although it had 13 rooms at that time it must still have been quite crowded as he had 26 children and 8 or 9 wives. He had to flee Malaya during the Japanese occupation as he was known to be a supporter of anti-Japanese resistance in China. His descendants still have active business interests in Malaysia and beyond. During the War, the Japanese used the building as an officers' mess. After their surrender, it was used by the British Royal Air Force for a while and then served as a temporary Palace for the Sultan of Selangor while his new Palace at Klang was being built. The Palace was then acquired by the Federal Government in 1957 and, after undergoing extensive renovations and extensions, it became the National Palace. The Malaysian Monarchy System Malaysia has a unique constitutional monarchy system whereby the King, who is also Ruler of one of the states that make up Malaysia, serves for a fixed period of 5 years before being replaced by a Sultan from another of the states. The King is elected by the Conference of Rulers and in practice the Monarchy has rotated in turn between each of the 9 states with Sultans. These states are (in order) Negeri Sembilan, Selangor, Perlis, Terengganu, Kedah, Kelantan, Pahang, Johor and Perak. The current King is Almu'tasimu Billahi Muhibbuddin Tuanku Alhaj Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Badlishah, GCB KStJ, the 14th Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia, as well as the 27th and current Sultan of Kedah. The remaining 4 of Malaysia's 13 states (Sarawak, Sabah, Melaka and Penang do not have Sultans - they have Governors instead). The King, as Supreme Head of State, has roles and functions in matters relating to legislation, judiciary, military, religion, diplomacy and pardoning. Royal Etiquette and Protocol If you are ever fortunate enough to be invited to the Palace for dinner you will need to brush up on your etiquette. I used to recommend a fascinating official website on the Malaysian Monarchy (unfortunately no longer available) which told you everything you needed to know. For example, it said us that at the dinner table we should "Avoid yawning or belching loudly". I should think so too! And if you are ever hosting a function for VVIPs you will need to know the Federal Order of Precedence to avoid offending anybody. The same website informs us that naturally the King and Queen occupy the number 1 and 2 positions in the order of precedence. The Prime Minister only comes in at number 6. When planning your seating arrangements you might also need to know for example that the Governor of the Central Bank (No.40) takes precedence over the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur (No.41). The Royal Museum - Review It is interesting to be able to wander round a palace which until very recently was occupied by the King and Queen. The official reception rooms are, as you might imagine, elaborately furnished with extravagent use of yellow,the royal colour,and plenty of gold leaf. The private apartments and bedrooms are more simply furnished and you get the impression that perhaps the best items of furniture were transferred to the new palace, leaving the second best items behind in the museum. The palace also lacks the personal possessions of the royal families who once occupied it and for that reason I think there are better royal museums in Malaysia such as the ,Royal Gallery in Klang,, or the ,Galeri Sultan Azlan Shah in Kuala Kangsar. Still this Royal Museum is well worth a visit. Opening Hours Open daily from 9am to 5pm. Admission Fee Adult RM10 (foreigners), RM5 (MyKad holders). Child (ages 6-12) RM 5 (RM2 for MyKad). How to Get to the National Palace The location is marked on my ,Top KL Attractions page., The palace is surrounded by busy highways so you really have to arrive by car, taxi or tour bus. There is free bus to travel around the city Go KL City Bus Organization Go KL City Bus is a free bus service that serving the city centre of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The service owner is Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam Malaysia and the operators are Konsortium Transnasional and Rapid Bus. GO KL Bus Routes Green Line It runs from, KLCC, to ,Bukit Bintang,. If you are in the mood for shopping then taking the Green Line is preferred. The very famous ,Petronas Twin Towers, lie on the Green Line. Purple Line It runs from, Pasar Seni, to ,Bukit Bintang,. The Purple Line is often more preferred when one wishes to check out places for sightseeing. The ,KL Tower, lies on the Purple Line. Blue Line It runs from, Titiwangsa Bus Terminal, to ,Bukit Bintang. ,Blue Line is mainly used by people for work as it’s route covers the major workplaces of Kuala Lumpur. Red Line It runs from, Titiwangsa Bus Terminal, to ,KL Sentral,. Use the Red Line if you’re out for leisure activities in the city. Also check: Rapid KL buses in Kuala Lumpur GO KL Bus Interchange Bus Terminal Jalan Tun Razak, Medan MARA and Maju Junction for ,Blue and Red, lines. Concorde Hotel and Life Centre for ,Blue and Green, lines. Wisma MPL, Menara ING and The Weld for ,Purple and Blue, lines. Pavillion, Starhill Gallery and Bukit Bintang for ,Purple, Green and Blue, lines. GO KL Bus Schedule Go KL bus Operating Hours Working Day: 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM Weekends and Holidays: 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM Go KL bus Frequency Working Day – Peak Hours (7:00 AM – 10:00 AM & 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM) : Every 5 minutes Others: Every 10 minutes Go KL Bus features For people with disabilities, each bus has a wheelchair access ramp Wi-Fi is also available in some buses for the convenience of passengers. There are separate (reserved) seats for differently abled people, women and the elderly. Prominent tourist places on GO KL route Petronas Twin Towers – Green Line KL Tower – Purple Line Merdeka Square (Dataran Merdeka) – Red Line National Mosque of Malaysia (Masjid Negara) – Red Line Pavilion Kuala Lumpur – Green Line Plaza Low Yat – Purple Line GO KL bus Route Map The bus will only stop at designated stops the bus captain will not pickup passengers at non designated stop once the bus move you need to wait for the next bus the bus captains very ,puncture, in time you have to be fast if the bus captain close the door and move you need to wait the next bus once the bus captain close the door just wait for another bus it comes every 15- 20 minutes it is consider rude to knock the bus door and ask the bus captain to open let you in if you seat rail LRT,MRT,Monorail or KTM once the door close you need to wait for another train right? So it just the same Suria KLCC Take GOKL free bus green line to KLCC Tenants[,edit,] mynews.com Royal Selangor Sephora Laneige McDonald's Parkson Isetan Isetan Supermarket Cold Storage Petrosains TGV Cinemas Books Kinokuniya Sony Samsung Electronics Oppo Electronics Celcom Starbucks Coffee The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf OldTown White Coffee Nando's Subway Rotiboy San Francisco Coffee Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart Texas Chicken Omega Watch Rolex Watch TAG Heuer Watch Wendy's Al Rajhi Bank Alliance Bank AmBank Bank Rakyat CIMB Bank Hong Leong Bank HSBC Maybank Public Bank Berhad RHB Bank Standard Chartered Box of Bricks Toys R Us Armani Exchange Old Navy Brands Outlet Cotton On Body Guess UNIQLO & Any More Fun, Family, Food, Fashion, Beauty, Shops Since its conception the mall primarily houses upscale tenants, specialising in a combination of foreign luxury goods and high-street labels, and mid-range retail chains, totaling at more than 350 shops. In addition to retail spaces, the building includes an art gallery, an underwater aquarium and a science center. I suggest you take Grab or other e hailing to travel Good habits go a long way Choose the right service Always make sure that you select the right Grab transport service to avoid any unwanted surprises! Book only when you’re ready Try not to make your driver wait unnecessarily. Do remember, waiting charges may apply. Don’t cancel without good reason Cancellations don’t benefit either party. So don’t do so unless you absolutely have to, and this includes not showing up when your driver arrives. Use GrabChat Save money on texts and calls! GrabChat allows you to communicate with your driver easily and for free, even for overseas numbers! Use it to your advantage and help your driver locate you. Care for your driver’s vehicle Help keep your driver’s vehicle clean and don’t slam the door when you exit. Clarity is key GrabPay vs Cash Always check the mode of payment at the start and end of the ride. Make sure you are paying the right amount. Choose the right destination Your driver will drop you off at the location you’ve selected as your destination. To avoid confusion and last-minute changes, choose the right drop-off location when book SERVICES what do we offer Tour with us and experience Kuala Lumpur like never before, and explore the city with a panoramic view to remember. It's ,THE BEST CITY TOUR OF KUALA LUMPUR, ,Tips, We recommend for you to start your tour in the morning to avoid traffic congestion after 4PM. ,Peak Hours : 4PM onwards TOURMAP A stop to start from. Learn more about our stop! For starter, you may need to get to know our Tour Map first. Got roof top for you to enjoy the sun ,Type of Tickets * Child Category: 5 - 12 years old Standard Adult 24 Hours RM 50.00 Non-Malaysian | Valid for 24 hours Standard Child/Student/Disable 24 Hours RM 25.00 Non-Malaysian | Valid for 24 hours Standard Adult 48 Hours RM 74.00 Non-Malaysian | Valid for 48 hours Standard Child/Student/Disable 48 Hours RM 38.00 Non-Malaysian | Valid for 48 hours Family Package 24 Hours RM 140.00 Non-Malaysian | Valid for 24 hours,https://www.myhoponhopoff.com/shop/cart.php 1. Bukit Bintang Kiosk GPS Location : ,-Click Here- 2. Bukit Bintang Counter GPS Location :, ,-Click Here- 3. Malaysia Tourism Information Counter Malaysia Tourism Centre, 109, Jalan Ampang, 50450, Kuala Lumpur. 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This are useful malay pharse Welcome to Malaysia- Selamat Datang Ke Malaysia. Good Morning- Selamat Pagi Good afternoon -Selamat tengah hari Good evening - Selamat petang Good night -Selamat malam Good bye- Selamat tinggal Jumpa lagi - see you again Yes- Ya No - Tidak Thank you- Terima kasih (Thank you very much - Terima kasih banyak banyak or in writing ribuan terimakasih) Please sit down - Sila duduk Please come in - Sila masuk Please - Sila Excuse me- tumpang lalu I come from - Saya datang dari.. My name is - Nama saya... What is your name - Siapa nama anda (though in a advertisement with little kids getting to know each other-- the kids asked - apa nama, which is also acceptable) Can you speak Bahasa Malaysia - Boleh cakap bahasa Melayu I like it here - Saya suka berada di sini Where are you going- pergi ke mana I am going to ..Saya pergi ke.... Turn right -belok kanan : turn left - belok kiri ; go straight - jalan terus Junction - simpang Please stop here- Sila berhenti di sini.... How much - Berapa harga That's too expensive - Mahal sangat (mahal is also the Philippines Tagalog for expensive) Can you reduce the price - Boleh kurang? Wait a minute - Tunggu sekejap (usually when the shop assistance has to refer to his/her boss or a senior person) I would like to change money -Saya hendak tukar duit/wang Could I make an enquiry - Tumpang tanya (useful if you feel lost) Where is the toilet - Di mana tandas...? In the back - di belakang ; over there- di sana ; over here- di sini What time is it - jam/pukul berapa sekarang? One thirty or half past one- pukul satu setengah Quarter past one - pukul satu suku Quarter to one - Suku sebelum pukul satu what time does the bus leave -pukul berapa bas bertolak (bus- bas ; plane- kapal terbang ; boat - sampan ; ship- perahu; train - kereta api) Since you will be bargaining and exchanging money, words for numbers may be helpful: 1 -Satu 2- Dua 3- Tiga 4- Empat 5- Lima 6- Enam 7- Tujuh 8- Lapan 9 - Sembilan 10 -Sepuluh 11 - Sebelas 12- Dua belas 13- Tiga belas 20 - Dua puluh 21- Dua puluh satu 100- Seratus 101- Seratus satu 105- Seratus lima 1000- Seribu 3000- Tiga ribu 3030 - Tiga ribu tiga puluh 3330 - Tiga ribu tiga ratus tiga puluh 1,000,000- Sejuta Here are some useful words, which could help in moving around Airport -lapangan terbang post office - pejabat pos shop - kedai money- duit, wang hour- jam ; minute -minit ; day - hari week - minggu Mr- Encik, Tuan Mrs- Puan Miss -Cik The higher echelon of Malaysian society are given titles of Dato', Datuk, Dato' Seri, Tan Sri or Tun, and they are addressed by their title. Generally, a Datuk's wife is addressed as Datin, the Tan Sri's wife is Puan Sri, and a Tun's wife is Toh Puan. However, husbands are not given courtesy titles and are to be addressed by their own titles, if any, otherwise it is Encik or Tuan. When you address a significantly older Malay man, you may call him "Pakcik" and a lady "Makcik". Someone obviously younger can be addressed as "Adik". For a man of similar age or slightly older than you, the term would be "Abang" or "Bang" (pronounced "bung"); whereas a slightly older woman would be "Kakak" or more commonly "Kak". I- saya you (to someone the same age- awak, anda or kita) But kita applies in Borneon Malaysia only. you (formal) encik he, she- dia we- kami (excluding the speaker), kita(including the speaker). E.g. Barang kita - if the goods (barang) belongs to both the speaker and the person he/she is talking to-kita is one they- mereka what- apa; who-siapa; where(place) - di mana: where(direction)- ke mana; when- bila; why-mengapa; how- bagaimana; mengapa - why; which - yang mana to eat- makan ; to drink- minum; to sleep - tidur; to bathe- mandi; And now, to words for food:- bread- roti daging - meat cow - lembu beef- daging lembu chicken -ayam (ah-yarm) fish - ikan (ee-karn) vegetables- sayur fried noodles- mee goreng fried rice- nasi goreng simmered noddles- mee rebus salt- garam ; sugar- gula; spicy - pedas delicious- sedap a cup of coffee - kopi satu (black coffee- kopi o ; coffee with milk - kopi susu). If you do not want it sweet- kurang manis, for no sugar- tanpa gula. a cup of tea - teh satu ( a favourite tea Malaysian like is called teh tarik, and more ginger tea- teh halia) ice lemon tea - teh o limau (if want ice- teh o ais limau) water - air (ah-yayr) air- udara Add- tambah (e.g. if you want to add rice - tambah nasi) big- besar ; small- kecil Pasar - market Discretion and body language Two things to avoid in this moderately conservative, Muslim region are public shows of affection (holding hands is OK, kissing is not) and drinking alcohol outside designated bars or clubs – even in resort areas frequented by foreigners. In a situation where you need to make a ,complaint,, the most effective approach is not to raise your voice but to go out of your way to be reasonable while stating your case. As for body language, note that ,touching someone’s head,, be they Muslim or otherwise, must be avoided, as the head is considered sacred in Eastern culture. Handshakes are fairly commonplace when meeting someone; Muslims often follow this by touching the palm of the right hand to their own chest. Some Muslims may be reluctant to shake hands with the opposite sex; however, in this case a smile, nod and that same right-hand-palm gesture will suffice. Muslims and Indians also avoid using their left hand for human contact or eating, while polite Chinese wait staff or shop owners might hand over your change with both hands. Never shake the hand of the opposite gender Malaysians are very nice and helpful people if you are nice to us we will be very nice to you most of will walk the extra miles to help others so feel free to ask Malaysians for direction . Hope you have a pleasant stay in Kuala Lumpur

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